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The JEE Mains Exam analysis 2024 and JEE Main Shift wise difficulty level have been released for the February 1, Shift 1 and Shift 2 exam papers of the JEE Mains BE/BTech exam. The analysis has been made available after the conclusion of the JEE Main exam by our expert faculty. The JEE main 2024 exam for Shift 1 and Shift 2 finished on the 1st of February date. Students can check the JEE Main 2024 exam analysis for all the subjects shiftwise here.
Our expert faculty evaluates the exam question paper of each shift thoroughly to give a comprehensive analysis of the exam question paper. According to the students’ review, the overall difficulty level of the JEE Main February 1 shift 1 and Shift 2 exam papers was moderate. In shift 1 and Shift 2 of the Feb 1st exam, the Mathematics section was more difficult than the other sections, but it was less difficult than the other exam dates.
JEE Main 2024 Paper Shift 1 and 2 Analysis
The JEE Mains exam analysis 2024 for Paper 1 is out now for 27 January to 1 February for both the shifts. Students can check the subjectwise difficulty level apart from the overall difficulty level and the number of good attempts. The JEE Main 2024 BE/BTech exam is being conducted from 27 January 2024. With the conclusion of the February 1 shift 1 exam, the session 1 exams of the JEE Main 2024 has officially concluded.
The JEE Main 2024 paper analysis for the BTech and B.Arch/B.Planning exam paper is released separately by the experts. The JEE Main Paper 1 is being conducted in two shifts from 3 PM to 6:30 PM and 3 PM to 6 PM from 27 January 2024 to 1 February 2024.
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JEE Mains Paper Analysis 2024
The JEE Main paper analysis for 2024 is compiled based on the inputs of the individuals who take the test and the expert faculty/coaching who have been sending their students every year to prestigious engineering institutions across the nation. The JEE Main 2024 paper analysis is released after the conclusion of the exam on each day. Students can get JEE Main 2024 shiftwise difficulty level for the JEE Main exam paper for all dates here.
JEE Mains January 27 Shift 1 Paper Analysis
The subjectwise analysis and the overall difficulty level of the JEE Main 2024 Day 1 (January 27) shift 1 exam paper analysis for the question Paper 1 is updated here. The BE/BTech exam for January 27 is conducted today. The shift 1 exam took place from 9 AM to 12 PM while the shift 2 exam will take place from 3 PM to 6 PM. The detailed exam analysis will be done after the conclusion of the January 27 exam of the BE/BTech for both shifts. Students should bookmark this page to get the latest updates regarding the JEE Main 2024 exam paper difficulty level.
JEE Main 2024 exam Analysis January 27 Shift 2
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2024 Jan 27 shift 2 exam for BTech paper finished at 6 pm. JEE Main 2024 paper analysis is updated here based on students’ reactions.
JEE Main 2024 Shift Wise Difficulty Level
JEE Main shift wise Difficulty Level – Jan 27 Shift 2  
Mathematics  easy 
Physics  easy but lengthy 
Chemistry  easy 
JEE Mains 2024 Paper Analysis Shift 2
JEE Main 27 January 2024 shift 2 students’ reactions and paper analyses are now available for viewing below.
Mathematics: The math paper shift 2 was lengthy.

 Questions about vectors, 3D, functions, straight lines, circles, hyperbolas, and ellipses
Chemistry: Chemistry was theorybased and simple, easy.

 The majority of Chemistry questions were about inorganic compounds.
 The chemistry questions came from the D block, specifically electrochemistry.
 Physical chemistry questions were asked in integer format.
Physics: Physics was easy.

 Physics questions centered around mechanics, semiconductors, electrostatics, current, Rydberg constant, wave, and modern physics.
JEE Main 2024 Paper analysis – 27 January Shift 1
JEE Mains BTech exam (paper 1) is scheduled today in two shifts: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p. The first shift ended at 12 p.m. We have shared with you the students’ reactions and JEE Main Shift wise difficulty level to this post. Various educational institutions are going to release the JEE Main 2024 exam analysis and answer key for the January 27 exam right after the exam.
Mathematics: candidates performed well in this section and are hoping for a higher score. This section was more on the easy side, with some difficult numerical questions.
Physics: This section of the paper met the candidates’ expectations in terms of question language and difficulty. There was a mixed response to this, some of them said it was easy and for some students it was moderate.
Chemistry: Most students thought this section of the paper was easy and aspirants are hoping for a higher mark to improve their overall score.
JEE Main Shift wise Difficulty Level
JEE Main shift wise Difficulty Level – Jan 27 Shift 1  
Mathematics  easytomoderate 
Physics  easytomoderate 
Chemistry  easy 
JEE Main Shift 1 Questions asked from  
Maths  Physics  Chemistry 
Ellipse,  Electrostatic, 
coordination compound,

Circle,  Gravitation,  S Block, 
Vector & 3D,  Current Electricity,  Combustion 
Trigonometry,  Capacitance,  mole concept 
Limit,  Kinematics,  
Integration, 
Ray Optics, and Semiconductors


sequence and Series,  Friction,  
Matrices and Determinants  Rotation,  
Moment on inertia

JEE Main 2024 Paper Analysis – Topic Wise
Mathematics: Students can expect the following topics in the next shift from mathematics.
 Calculus (‘10%13%)
 Coordinate Geometry (7%8%)
 Trigonometry (5%7%)
 Rest (70%75%)
Chemistry: The following topics will be covered in physics during the next shift 2.
 Inorganic Chemistry (15%20%)
 Physical Chemistry (17%20%)
 Organic Chemistry (13%18%)
Physics: Students can expect the following chemistry topics during the next shift on January 27, 2024.
 Electrodynamic (20%22%)
 Mechanics (18%20%)
 Optics (7%9%)
 Modern Physics (15%18%)
JEE Main 2024 Paper Shift 1 Analysis for 29 January
The JEE Main 2024 exam for the shift 1 of the 29 January ended on 12 PM. As per the experts and students, the overall exam level of the January 29, shift paper 1 was moderate. The Physics and the chemistry section was of the moderate difficulty level while the Mathematics section was of the moderate to high difficulty level.
JEE Main Shift wise Difficulty Level Shift 1 for 29 January
Physics: The physics section was of moderate to easy in difficulty level. Questions were asked equally from class 11 and class 12 syllabus. The number of questions that were ideal for students to attempt can be said to be 1618 from 25.
Chemistry: The chemistry syllabus was from the easy level to moderate level. But on question came from the deleted syllabus of the ores in inorganic chemistry. The number of good attempts for this section in the first shift was 1517.
Mathematics: Mathematics section was the most difficult of all the sections. The numerical valuebased questions were quite lengthy. The paper level was moderate to difficult. The number of good attempts can be said in the range of 9 to 12 questions.
Overall: Moderate difficulty level, Good attempt: 40 – 47questions
JEE Main 29 January Shift 1 Paper Topics
The JEE Main exam paper on shift 1 of January 29, 2024, consisted of questions from the following topics in different subjects.
Physics: Conductors, Semi conductors, Photoelectric, Atomic Structure, Optics, Galvanometer, etc.
Chemistry: Biomolecule 1 questions asked, GOC Theoretical Question, Metallurgy (Out of the syllabus), Physical Chemistry had total 8 questions and were doable
Mathematics: Definite integration, Sequence series, Integration, Limit, Differential, Lengthy questions from Vectors, 3D point of intersection, Probability, Basic Maths, Domain range, Determinants, Trigonometry, Quadratic Equations
JEE Main 2024 Shift 2, 29 January Paper Analysis
The overall difficulty level of the shift 2 paper of the JEE Mains exam on 29 January was of the balanced level. The chemistry and the physics section was of the easy level and questions were mostly formulabased. The Mathematics section was difficult just like the shift 1 Math section. The overall exam on January 29 tilted a little bit more towards the class 12 syllabus. The detailed difficulty level with the number of good attempts is given below.
Physics: The question was of the easy level with mostly formulabased questions. The number of good attempts was 1820 questions (out of 25).
Chemistry: The question was of the easy level with mostly formulabased questions. The number of good attempts was 1820 questions (out of 25).
Mathematics: The mathematics section was moderate to difficult, and the paper was lengthy. The good attempt can be said up to 1012 questions (out of 25)
Overall: Easy to moderate level. The good attempt can be said up to 46 – 52 questions
JEE Main 29 January Shift 2 Question Topics
The exam paper on 29 January, shift 2 consisted the following topics from each of the sections.
Physics
 Rotation 1 Question
 Magnetism 2 Questions
 Heat
 Electro magnetic Wave
 Kinematics
 SHM 1 Question
 Logic Gate
 Numerical Formula
Chemistry
More focus on Organic Chemistry. Questions were easy and formulabased. Questions came from the topics of:
 Biomolecule
 Organic Chemistry
 Physical Chemistry Numerical were asked
 Atom
 Periodic
 Mole
 Electrochemistry, etc.
Mathematics
 Quadratic 1 Question
 B.T, Shortest distance
 Remainder 1 Question
 Straight Line 1 Question
 Statistics 1 Question
 PnC
 Probability
 Vector 3D (12 Questions)
 Matrices
 Calculus
 Differential Equation
JEE Mains 30 January Shift 1 Paper Analysis
The shift 1 of the JEE Main exam for 30th January concluded at 12 PM. As per the students’ reaction and the expert’s analysis, the overall difficulty level of the JEE Main 2024 exam paper on 30 January Shift 1 was of the moderate level. The modern physics was given more weightage in the physics section while there was a considerable number of questions from calculus in the mathematics section. The detailed exam analysis is given below for the Jan 30 shift 1 exam.
JEE Main Shift wise Difficulty Level for 30 January
Physics: Moderate Difficulty Level, 2 questions were asked from the deleted syllabus of the Earth’s Magnetism in the physics section.
Chemistry: Easy to Moderate Difficulty Level
Mathematics: Moderate to Difficult
Overall: Moderate Difficulty level
JEE Main 30 Jan Shift 1 Question Topics
In the 30th January Shift 1 BE/BTech exam’s paper, questions were asked from the following topics in different subjects.
Mathematics
Geometric Progression, 3D geometry, Matrix, Determinant, Integration, Vector, Permutation and Combination
Physics
Current Electricity, Kinematics, Magnetic Effect of Current, Young’s Modulus, etc.
Chemistry
Salt Analysis, Electrochemistry, p block, etc.
JEE Mains 30 January Shift 2 Paper Analysis
The JEE Mains paper analysis has been released by the experts based on the thorough evaluation of the memorybased questions and students’ reaction. As per the students’ initial reaction and experts’ analysis, the overall difficulty level of the JEE Mains exam paper was moderate to difficult. The Physics section was of the moderate level. The chemistry section was easy to moderate and questions were directly formulabased. The Mathematics section was difficult with lengthy questions.
JEE Main 30 January Shift 2 Paper Difficulty Level
The difficulty level of different sections of the JEE Main 30 January shift 2 exam is given below.
Physics: Moderate to Difficult
Chemistry: Easy to Moderate
Mathematics: Difficult
Overall: Moderate Difficulty level
JEE Main Shift 2 Question Topics 30 January Exam
The questions were asked from the following topics in the JEE Main shift 2 exam of 30th January. The list of topics from which the questions were asked in the shift 2 exam of 30 January, 2024 is given below.
Physics
 Instrument
 Focal Length
 Wave optics
 WPE
 Friction
 Mirror
 Kinematics
 Magnetism
Chemistry
 Mole Concept
 Structure of atom
 Periodic table (2 Ques, Assertion and Reasoning) (Reducing character)
 Chemical Bonding (Geometry based)
 Thermodynamics
 Equilibrium (Buffer based)
Mathematics
 Vector 3D
 Limit
 Sequence series
 Complex
 Determinant
 Complex numbers
 Matrices
 Cramer’s rule
 Quadratic
 Coordinate Geometry (Ellipse, Eccentricity)
 Calculus – Function (domain)
 Parabola
 Probability
JEE Mains 2024 Shift 1 Exam Analysis for 31 January
Students’ responses indicated that January 31 Shift 1 exam had a moderate overall difficulty level. While chemistry was simple and NCERTbased, physics was easy but tricky, and math was challenging. The Chemistry section was the easiest followed by Physic and Mathematics. The difficulty level and the topics from which the questions were asked in the JEE Main January 31 Shift 1 exam is given below.
JEE Main 31 January Shift 1 Difficulty Level
The JEE Main 31 January shift 1 exam is over and the difficulty level of the exam (as per the students’ reaction and expert analysis) is out. The difficulty level for the shift 1 exam is given below.
Physics: Easy to Moderate
Chemistry: Easy
Mathematics: Difficult
Overall: Moderate Difficulty level
JEE Main 31 January Shift 1 Question Topics
On the 31st of January, the questions were asked from the following topics in the JEE Main exam in Shift 1
Physics: The Physics questions were mostly easy with some tricky and lengthy questions. The questions were asked primarily from the following topics.
 Electrodynamics
 Modern physics
 Nuclear physics
 Ray optics
 Mechanics
 Circular motion
 Rotation
 Lyman Series
Chemistry: The chemistry section was the easiest of all, as in the other exam dates and shifts. The questions were easy and formulabased directly from the NCERT. The questions in the exam was asked from the following topics.
 Organic compounds
 d and f block
 Mole concept
 Electrochemistry
 Hydrocarbons
 Coordinate Bonding and Aldehyde
 Ketone and Carboxylic acids
 Alcohols
 Ether & Phenols
 Amines & Ketones
Mathematics: The mathematics section was the toughest section with lengthy and tricky questions. The questions were asked from the following concepts in the Mathematics section.
 Ellipse
 Vector 3D
 Distance
 Integration
 Determinants
 Differential
 Circle & Straight Line
JEE Mains 2024 Shift 2 Paper Analysis for January 31
The JEE Main 31st January Shift 2 exam for the JEE Mains 2024 has been concluded and the exam analysis has been released for this shift’s paper. As per the exam paper analysis based on the students’ input, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. The Mathematics section was lengthy with tricky questions. The Physics paper was relatively easy with formula based questions with few exceptions. The chemistry was the easiest section in the shift 2 paper.
JEE Main 31 January Shift 2 Difficulty Level
The difficulty level for the JEE Main shift 2 exam paper for the January 31 exam date is given herein.
Mathematics: The Mathematics section was highly difficult with lengthy and tricky questions. The numerical value questions were quite difficult. The good attempt can be considered between 9 and 11 out of 25 questions.
Physics: The Physics section was easy in the difficulty level. Most questions were formulabased. The good attempt can be said between 17 and 19 out of 25 questions
Chemistry: Easy & NCERT Based questions were asked. Most questions asked were from Physical and Organic Chemistry. The number of good attempts is 18 to 20 questions out of 25 questions
Overall: The overall exam was of the moderate level. The good attempt can be said to be 44 to 50 questions out of 75 questions
JEE Mains 31 January Shift 2 Question Topics
As per the students’ reaction and memory based questions, it can be validated that the class 12 topics were given more weightage in the shift 2. The mathematics was lengthy, however, it was easier than the mathematics section of all the previous JEE Mains 2024 papers for BE/BTech. The topics from which the questions were asked in each subject is given below.
Mathematics
 conic section
 vector 3d
 Integration
Chemistry
 d and f block
 mole concept
 electrochemistry
Physics
 Modern physics
 Nuclear physics
 Ray optics
 Mechanics
 Circular motion
 Rotation
JEE Mains 1 February Shift 1 Paper Analysis
The JEE Mains exam for the February shift 1 concluded successfully at 12 PM. The shift 1 exam paper was pretty balanced with an equal amount of questions from both class 11 and class 12 syllabus. The overall exam paper was of the moderate difficulty level. As per the students’ reaction and the expert analysis, the Mathematics section was moderate and lengthy, while the Physics and Chemistry sections were easy.
JEE Main 2024 Shift 1 Feb 1 Paper Difficulty Level
Mathematics: The Mathematics section was of the moderate difficulty level. The questions were lengthy.
Chemistry: The chemistry section was easy with several questions coming directly from the NCERT textbooks
Physics: The physics section was easy with mostly formulabased questions.
Overall: The overall exam level was moderate.
Topics From Which Questions Were Asked in JEE Mains Feb 1 Shift 1 Exam
 Integer
 Vector 3D
 Conic section
 Differential Equations
 Sequence and Series
 Calculus
 Capacitor (2 Questions)
 Unit Dimension
 Mechanics
 Salt
 Biomolecule
 Amino Benzene, Aniline
 Assertion & Reasons (4 to 5 Questions)
 Organic Chemistry
 More questions from Inorganic Chemistry
JEE Main 1 February Shift 2 Exam Paper Analysis
The JEE Main 2024 exam for the 1st February shift 2 is finally over. With this, the session 1 of the JEE Main 2024 exam has finally concluded. As per the students’ reaction, the overall difficulty level of the JEE Main Shift 2 exam on 1 February was of the moderate level. The Mathematics was moderately difficult with some lengthy questions. The Physics section was moderate with some tricky questions. The chemistry section was easy than the other two sections of the JEE Main paper.
JEE Main 2024 Shift 2 Difficulty Level for Feb 1 Exam
The subject wise difficulty level for the different sections is given below for the shift 2 question paper of JEE Mains for the 1st February exam.
Subjects  Difficulty Level 
Overall  Moderately Tough 
Mathematics  Moderate Difficulty. Lengthy with tricky questions 
Physics  Moderate. Mostly numerical based questions 
Chemistry  Easy. More questions on Inorganic Chemistry 
JEE Main 2024 Feb 1 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by Experts
The difficulty level of the overall exam was moderate as per the experts’ analysis. The Mathematics section was the hardest of all followed by the Physics and then the chemistry section. The subjectwise expert analysis for the JEE Main 2024 shift 1 exam paper for the 1 February exam is given below.
Chemistry
There were hardly any physical chemistryrelated questions in this shift. The majority of the questions were from the topics of inorganic and organic chemistry. There were questions regarding wellknown chapters like dblock, coordinate bonding, coordination chemicals, and hydrocarbons. Every chapter was covered in the same way overall. More questions from the 12th class syllabus are asked in the 11th and 12th grades. The majority of the paper was derived from NCERT books.
Physics
The physics section had some good questions, therefore it was of a moderate difficulty. The paper included questions on current electrical, electromagnetic, mechanics, and modern physics. Throughout the paper, current electricity was emphasized. In the eleventh and twelfth grades, the questions were nearly identical in content.
Mathematics
The math section was on the moderate to challenging side. There were a lot of questions about 3D and vectors. The paper had a lot of lengthy integertype queries. Nearly all of the topics were covered. The majority of the questions were long and difficult, and they required a lot of time to answer.
Check: JEE Main 2024 January Session Answer Key
JEE Main 2024 Paper 2 Difficulty Level
The JEE Main 2024 Paper 2 exam for the January session is being held on 24 January. The Paper 2 exam of the JEE Main is held for B.Architecture and B.Planning courses. The difficulty level of this paper has been released by the experts which is given below.
For B.Architecture Paper
Maths (Part I): It was reported that Part I was easy to moderately difficult. It had thirty questions spanning several chapters, including the following: Complex Numbers, Probability, Permutation & Combination, Matrices, Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Limits & Continuity, Definite Integrals, Inverse Trigonometric Equations, Binomial Theorem, Quadratic Equations, and more. Less emphasis was placed on coordinate geometry, with just one question coming from straight lines.
Aptitude (Part II): Part II of the test was an aptitude section consisting of fifty questions. Additionally, it was claimed that this section’s difficulty level was easy to moderate. Threedimensional figures, talent for construction, grandiose details, and some issues requiring logic were given more weight.
Drawing (Part III): It was claimed that this section was straightforward to understand. There were two questions total, each worth fifty marks. Copying a blackandwhite image from the screen according to one’s viewpoint was one of the questions. One of the two possibilities in the second question was to be attempted.
The choices were as follows:
1. Observation of a football stadium from the stands
2. Threedimensional abstract art with a musical instrument and textural and shadow names.
For B.Planning Paper
Mathematics Section (Part I): The first part of the mathematics exam consisted of thirty questions totaling 100 marks, with an easy to moderate difficulty level.
Aptitude Section (Part II): There were fifty questions in the aptitude section (Part II), with an easy to moderate difficulty level and a 200 total score.
The Drawing section (PartIII): There were twentyfive easy questions in the Drawing portion (Part III), while questions in the Planning segment covered the National Commission, town planning, general knowledge, and the names of the architects of certain significant monuments. For the Drawing section, there were 100 total points awarded.